- Zodwa Wabantu has called for an end of stigmatisation of HIV/Aids and ARV treatment
- The controversial media personality shared a video showing how people reacted when she accidentally dropped some of the pills
- Mzansi social media users were impressed by how she was using her influence to spread awareness
Say what you want about Zodwa Wabantu but she does do some uplifting things for the community from time to time.
The media personality recently embarked on a campaign to end stigma associated with taking ARVs and HIV/Aids in the most Zodwa way possible.
The controversial dancer posted a video of herself dancing with friends. She then ‘accidentally’ dropped her bag and ARV pills spilled on the floor. The reactions from those around were shock while some expressed amusement.
True to form, Zodwa showed no embarrassment. She called the pills 'Jacksons' and said everyone should take them if they were needed. She said nobody should be embarrassed about them.
Her message left many social media users feeling inspired and impressed. Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that Mzansi socialite Zodwa Wabantu has taken to social media to admit that she's not the changed woman that people think she is.
After the Covid-19 lockdown starting affecting her ways of making money, Zodwa made another plan.
The socialite started a chicken farming business and sells organic eggs to her customers. Some people might've thought that this means she's turning over a new leaf but this is not the case.
Zodwa took to Instagram and posted a sexy video, letting people know that she's not done yet:
"I still make money off Zodwa Wabantu a**. Please I will tell you when the time is up. They are still booking me nje."
A few social media users were shocked but most of them were not surprised. It's known that Zodwa makes a living by shaking her gorgeous booty.
Mzansi reacted to Zodwa Wabantu's video. Have a look at some of the comments below:
"Good luck with your gig ausi Zodwa."
"Different streams of income. Do what works for you, love. Qha!"
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